Celebrating Our 20th Year!
Opening Day Update: To help ensure the health and safety of our vendors and customers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, our opening day has been moved to June 3.
Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market
3 PM to 7 PM
Wednesday, June 3 through Wednesday, October 14
Hammer Heritage Square
Congratulations to Morgan Hazel, the winner of our 2020 poster contest.
COVID 19 Health and Safety Plan
Help us keep the market a safe shopping experience by following these rules when visiting us.
- Keep a 6’ distance between yourself and other people.
- Wear a mask if you have one.
- Practice good hygiene – wash your hands with soap and water before you visit, while you are here, and when you get home. We have a handwash station for customer use set up near the entrance.
- Follow and obey all signs, markers, barriers, and instructions from market staff or volunteers.
- Do not touch products on display – ask the vendor to get it for you.
- Keep pets at home (except registered service animals).
- Do not linger – get in, buy your products, and get out with minimal social contact.
- No eating or drinking onsite. All food will be packaged “to go”.
- Use a card, cash app, or exact change (if possible).
- Shop 1 person per household (if possible).
Food Access Programs
The Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market is proud to accept SNAP (EBT) benefits and to also be able match up to $10 per market to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables through our SNAP Farmers Market Match program, funded by the WA Department of Health. Visit the SNAP Farmer Market Match website for more information.
We also accept “FVRx Bucks” as part of the Skagit Fruit & Vegetable Prescription Program which is run by United General 304. Check out their website for complete details.
The Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market is a member of the Skagit Valley Farmers Market Coalition (SVFMC) which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. For more information about food access programs run by the SVFMC visit. www.svfmcoalition.org
The Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market is approved under the Farmers Market Nutrition Programs (FMNP) for both seniors and WIC participants and many of our vendors are authorized to accept FMNP checks. These programs are funded by the USDA.
We bring fresh, local food and products to Sedro-Woolley residents and neighbors with a strong community spirit.